Where to stay: Ace Hotel & Swim Club provides Palm Springs cool with their retro motel vibes and happening pool.
Where to stay: Lodge in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the city at Proper Hotel right on Market Street. This flatiron landmark building provides West Coast cool thanks to designer Kelly Wearstler.
Where to stay: Want to forgo the camping option and check yourself into a hotel? Stay at Thompson Nashville and take the shuttle to and from the festival. In the heart of the city, Thompson Nashville has a sleek Mid-Century Modern flair that screams retro luxury.
Where to stay: Take advantage of Miami’s Art Deco influence and stay at Freehand Miami. Make sure to try one of their inventive craft cocktails after a night of dancing.
Where to stay: Nothing says western like Pioneertown Motel. This wild west hotel will have you feeling the country vibes all the way in the California desert.
Where to stay: Nomad Hotel in downtown Los Angeles is the perfect 1920’s retreat. French architect and designer Jacques Garcia designed this 241 room property. Its soft color palette and freestanding bathtubs provide all the charm.
Where to stay: The Old No. 77 Hotel and Chandlery will help you experience the city of New Orleans. With a blend of glam, chic and modern, this historic boutique hotel celebrates the art and culture of New Orleans.
Where to stay: Calistoga Motor Lodge and Spa is a revamped 1940’s roadside motel offering the best of wine country. Giving an “ode to the Great American Road Trip of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s,” the surrounding vineyards complement the Mid-Century Modern design.
Where to stay: For the design minded folk, stay at South Congress Hotel for chic, boutique and Mid-Century Modern lodging.
Where to stay: Come home to Ambassador Chicago, a chic hotel with touches of ‘30s and ‘40s glamour. Make sure to have a post-festival drink at their Library Lounge, a modern interpretation of a traditional English gentleman’s club.
Where to stay: Pendry San Diego’s downtown location makes this hotel an urban and sophisticated must visit. Host the afterparty in style at any of their six different restaurants or bars.
Where to stay: Check yourself into an island resort at Gurney’s Newport Resort & Marina. This waterfront property will have you in awe.
Where to stay: Stay right next to Madison Square Garden at The Langham in New York City. Perfect for those who love a modern and captivating decor.
Where to stay: Get into the Colorado spirit the right way at Lumiere Hotel. With only 29 rooms, this intimate and luxurious boutique hotel is set in the San Juana Mountains.
Where to stay: Stay in the middle of it all at Loews Hotel in Midtown Atlanta. Their weekend perks include parking and breakfast - perfect for your festival-going self.
Where to stay: Stay downtown at the hip 50 Bowery Hotel. Located right at the crossroads of Chinatown, Little Italy and the Lower East Side, you get the luxurious best of downtown New York City.
Where to stay: After dancing the night away, come back to 1 Hotel Central Park where you can find some nature in the midst of the concrete jungle. Reclaimed wood, treetop views and horticulture galore will make this unique hotel home for the weekend.
Where to stay: Experience downtown Seattle at Thompson Hotel. Their sleek glass facade and urban charm will have you experiencing the city of Seattle like no other.
Where to stay: This luxury 100-room hotel was converted from a 100-year-old warehouse. The Iron Horse Hotel is your contemporary home for the weekend. Relax after a day full of concerts at this brick accented hotel.
Where to stay: Nothing says New Orleans hip like the Ace Hotel. Soak in the Art Deco flair and Dadaism influence. Located next to the museum and art gallery district, The Ace Hotel is perfect for the art lover.